by Morley Evans
Canadians have been led by airheads for ages. Airheads For Ages. Trudeau is a fool like the rest. The people of the world are being steadily herded toward nuclear Armageddon. Yet, Canadians — and their leaders — are blissfully unaware of the danger. Canada has troops on Russia's border supporting the Nazis and Zionists that Washington installed to run the Ukraine. Did you know that, Canada? Duh . . . Do you know we are technically at war with Russia, right now? Good thing Russia is not at war with us. Just turn up the hockey game. Have a beer.
Now that you mention it, Justin Trudeau does resemble Fidel Castro.
Is Trudeau Ready for a Middle East War?
By Murray Dobbin
November 21, 2017 "Information Clearing House" - The world is now at the mercy of a coalition of three of the most dangerous autocrats on the planet: Donald Trump, Benjamin Netanyahu and Saudi Arabia’s new absolute ruler Mohammad bin Salman, a name that will become increasingly familiar as the months go by. These three “leaders” are now collaborating in an incredibly reckless plan to permanently reshape the Middle East.
The final outcome will unfold no matter what Canada does. But unless the government of Justin Trudeau gets a grip on reality, Canada will be drawn into this potential catastrophe by virtue of foreign policy positions it has already taken. Geopolitics is getting incredibly complex and there is little evidence that the Liberal government has a clue how to navigate through the dangers. The problem is that despite all the hype about “being back”, Canada’s foreign policy under Trudeau and minister of foreign affairs Chrystia Freeland is still characterized by cynicism and ill-considered trade-offs on files within the broad spectrum of foreign affairs — including investor rights agreements like NAFTA and the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Obviously, a certain amount of realpolitik is inevitable and even necessary to protect Canada’s interests. But even so, it begs the question of how Canada’s interests are defined. How much of the store is Trudeau willing to give away to buy favour with the U.S. on NAFTA, especially when it seems concessions like putting our troops on Russia’s border has gotten us nothing in return? With Trump and his redesigned U.S. empire, there is no quid pro quo.